Chaparral (Larrea tridentata), also known as creosote bush, is an herb native to the arid regions of the southwestern United States and parts of Mexico. This herb has been traditionally used by indigenous peoples for various medicinal purposes, and it has gained popularity in natural health circles. Chaparral is known for its potential health benefits, attributed to its rich array of bioactive compounds. One of the primary benefits is its purported antioxidant properties, which may help combat oxidative stress and reduce inflammation in the body. Additionally, chaparral has been associated with antimicrobial and antifungal effects, suggesting potential support for the immune system. Some herbalists and traditional practitioners also recommend chaparral for its detoxifying properties, believing it may aid in the elimination of toxins from the body.
Chaparral contains compounds with antioxidant properties that may help neutralize free radicals in the body, potentially supporting overall health.
Some studies suggest that chaparral may have anti-inflammatory properties, which could be beneficial in addressing inflammatory conditions.
Chaparral has been traditionally used for its antimicrobial properties. It may have the potential to inhibit the growth of certain bacteria and fungi.
The herb is believed by some to support the body's natural detoxification processes, aiding in the elimination of toxins.
Joint and Muscle Support:
Chaparral has been used topically for joint and muscle support, with some people finding relief from conditions like arthritis or sore muscles.
Traditionally, chaparral has been used to address respiratory issues. It may have expectorant properties, potentially helping to clear the respiratory system.
Some individuals use chaparral topically for skin conditions, believing it may have antiseptic properties that can support skin health.
Blood Sugar Regulation:
There is some preliminary research suggesting that chaparral may have an impact on blood sugar levels, potentially aiding in blood sugar regulation.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Does Shipping Take?
Processing Time: 2-5 business days after purchase
Shipping Time: Free 3-5 business days; Expedited 2-3 business days
What Is The Shelf Life Of Your Gummies?
The shelf life of our gummies is 30-45 days in a cool, dry environment. No refrigeration required
Where Do You Source Your Sea Moss?
Our Irish Sea Moss (Chondrus Crispus) is sourced from off the coast of Maine.
Our Gold Sea Moss (Genus Gracilaris) is sourced off the shores of Jamaica.
Do Your Gummies Contain Gelatin?
Our gummies do not contain any gelatin as well as it’s free from pesticides, chemicals, animals and unnatural ingredients.
Are Your Gummies Safe For Toddlers?
Yes, although we only recommend our fruit gummies and not our herbal gummies for children between the ages of 3-6 years old that are used to chewing gummies and hard candies.
Are Your Gummies Safe For Pregnant and Breastfeeding Woman?
Yes but only our fruit gummies are safe and beneficial for breastfeeding and pregnant woman.
How Many Gummies Come In Each Jar?
Square Gummies: 90 gummies come in each jar for a serving of 3 gummies per day.
Bear Gummies: 120 gummies come in each jar for a serving of 4 gummies per day.
We recommend 1-2 gummies per day for children under the age of 7.
Do These Gummies Also Contain Vitamins?
Yes they do! Our gummies contain small amounts vitamin A, B(1,2,3,6,7,9,12), C, D, E and K. Our sea moss contains a huge portion of these vitamins but they are also high in our other ingredients such as dulse, kombu and burdock root.